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School & District Management Webinar

What's Ahead for Hybrid Learning: Putting Best Practices in Motion

This event occurred on April 15, 2021 3:01 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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It’s safe to say hybrid learning—a mix of in-person and remote instruction that evolved quickly during the pandemic—is probably here to stay in K-12 education to some extent. That is the case even though increasing numbers of students and teachers are returning to school buildings this spring for full-time in-person learning, a trend that is expected to continue into the fall.

In a recent EdWeek Research Center survey, a third of principals and district leaders said they expect to have a hybrid model in place this fall. Even those schools where nearly all students will return to fully in-person learning are considering adding various hybrid approaches for some students who prefer the mix of remote and in-person instruction. Some school districts, for instance, launched virtual learning academies or partnered with outside online education providers during the pandemic that they plan to keep.

This webinar will review best practices for hybrid learning on challenges such as concurrent teaching, scheduling, relationship building, equitable learning environments, and use of technology, with a special look at how to make the shift from mostly hybrid to fully in-person instruction, and from fully remote to hybrid, as smooth as possible.

Scott Clayton
Principal Scofield Magnet Middle School, Conn.
Clayton has been principal of Scofield Magnet Middle School in Stamford, Conn., since 2012. Prior to being principal, Clayton was an assistant principal and dean of students form 2005-2012 at Newtown High School in Newtown, Conn. He taught social studies in middle school, high school and adult ed. Clayton holds a bachelor’s degree in History, master of science in secondary education, 6th year in Educational Leadership, and Superintendents License. He is married with four children, served in the Connecticut Army National Guard and has competed in Ironman Triathlons.
Casey Rimmer
Director of Innovation and Ed Tech Teaching and Learning, Union County Public Schools Union County Public Schools, N.C.
Rimmer has been a classroom teacher, instructional technology facilitator, and ed tech and innovation director in Union County Public Schools in North Carolina for 13 years. Passionate about technology and the ways that it can transform teaching and learning, she has led district leadership and school staff to capitalize on technology and innovation in many ways. Through empowering professional growth and challenging leaders to think differently about school, Rimmer hopes to make Union County Public Schools a model for innovation and leadership.
Kalmy K. Romero
Digital Learning Coach Santa Fe Public Schools, N.M.
Romero is a digital learning coach for Santa Fe Public Schools in New Mexico. Using a background in elementary education and special education, Romero coaches teachers and students on how to use technology in ways that foster connection and streamline curriculum.
Kevin Bushweller oversees coverage of educational technology and learning environments for Education Week.

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